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asked, how do you know i was here? tomoko. what about tomoko i asked? matzu gathered the food and wrapped it up. i followed you and the others down to the beach yesterday morning. i wondered if you might find your way to peace. i couldn't, i began to cry, turning away in shame. matzu lned over and smelled a sweat, it takes greater courage to live. [applause] >> i'm going to throw it open now to questions. so you might direct me as to what you might want to know about. as we are taping this with sfgov tv i will ask you to ask your question into the microphone so they can pick it up. and you, too will be on tv. now nobody wants to. i will ask a requequestion, wha you working on now? >> does that sound planted? it wasn't. i just finished a monster of a book it's a huge book, set in japan and covers the earth from 1939 and 1966 about 2 brothers and the title is a street of a thousand blossoms. if you haven't noticed we are talking about themes that run through my book. one of the things i like a lot is exploring subcultures. the lepercy. the silk working women. i like to write a
world's tomoko kamata. >>> science and technology experts in japan want the government to rethink how it deals with the by-product of atomic energy, nuclear waste. they argued against the current plan to store the waste deep underground for tens of thousands of years. they instead want it to be kept in temporary locations. science council of japan president takashi onishi presented a proposal to atop tomic emergency commission chair shunsuke kondo. the government asked the council in 2010 to review its disposal plan. the initial idea was to bury highly radioactive nuclear waste more than 300 meters underground. but opposition from people living near candidate burial sites has deadlocked the plan. the science council's proposal says the public must agree on nuclear policies before disposal sites can be selected. council members flagged japan's high seismic and volcanic activity. they say current technology can't predict which locations will remain stable for tens of thousands of years. so they suggest temporarily storing nuclear waste for decades to hundreds of years either above or be
that the images they project on the silver screen will help bring peace to people around the world. tomoko kamata, nhk world, yokohama. >>> for an update on the weather forecast, here's mai shoji. mai? >> the tropical depression has quickly formed and developed into a severe tropical storm. this is moving at a slow pace at a southwesterly direction. and looks like it's going to be moving towards the north, maybe aiming for the northeastern partinpar parts of luzon in the next few days to come. right now it is packing winds of 126 kilometers per hour, so especially in the west eastern seaboards of mindanao, those waves are going to be much higher and picking up to about 2 to 4 meters high during your weekend. so do watch if you are in the coastal areas. now, this rain is actually just dumping across much of the philippines due to the positioning of this jelawat. strong influence of moisture targets much of the eastern seaboards. we already have reports of about 50 to 100 millimeters on the western seaboards around mindanao, and the ground is really loose, the land is very well saturated, so mud sl
will help bring peace to people around the world. tomoko kamata, nhk world, yokohama. >>> for an update on the weather forecast, here's mai shoji. mai? >> the tropical depression has quickly formed and developed into a severe tropical storm. this is moving at a slow pace at a southwesterly direction. and looks like it's going to be moving towards the north, maybe aiming for the northeastern parts of luzon by the next few days to come. right now it is packing winds of 126 kilometers per hour, so especially in the west eastern seaboards of mindanao, those waves are going to be much higher and picking up to about 2 to 4 meters high during your weekend. so do watch out if you are in the coastal areas. now, this rain is actually just dumping across much of the philippines due to the positioning of this jelawat. strong influence of moisture targets much of the western seaboards. we already have reports of about 50 to 100 millimeters on the western seaboards around mindanao, and the ground is really loose, the land is very well saturated, so mud slides and also flooding, especially in the coas
. tomoko. neil: what did you think, governor? >> we have a little fun. i think i was the only speaker that mention god and guns in the same speech. and i think i said more nice things about mitt romney than anybody else that. neil: yes you did, yes, you did. not a lot of people did, though. i know people say the exception is that leads me to believe -- this is still going to be a nasty race. >> that is the way that politics are. you get all kinds of rascal things and run things and the other rascal say something more wrong. heck, i'd turn those ads off. maybe fox would be broken up into that we won both sides. we are going to be hearing. of course, the state of illinois, there is a video that shows a barack obama that we did the exact same thing with mitt romney -- we are timing this exactly even to the second. michele obama and the video afterwards. then michele obama, i do want to continue with the governor. how do you think this is faring so far beyond this room? last night, in particular, people have the opportunity to see the big picture. bill clinton laid it out. he said look, w
. the map tomoko ♪ ♪ ♪ >> please be seated, we are ready to start. >> good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen, my name is tom sherwood. [applause] thank you very much. i host a weekly show at noon on our local radio. a couple of briefings before we start. we are going to be taped by c-span and labor congress, if you don't want to be taped, please leave. [laughter] also, please be mindful and turn off your darn cell phones. [laughter] has everyone done that for the last speaker? okay, great. i think that commits all the legal things that i have to say. good afternoon, you are in for each feed. bob woodward does not just right for the "washington post." those of us who know him, he is the "washington post." i am proud to say that for a brief time in the 1980s, he was my editor. the only story he edited this one that i did, and i got sued for $30 million. i am glad to say that we won that case. bob woodward has one nearly every american journalism award one could have. bob schaffer said of him that woodward had established himself as the best reporter of our time. he may be the bes
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